25 June 2020

June Newsletter of the European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum

Summarising our first two years of work

Today we are proud to announce the publication of the final report of the first iteration of the Observatory, what we like to call our "Conclusion Book". In its 94 pages you will find a detailed summary of the Observatory's work over its first two years, an update on the state of blockchain and blockchain policy in Europe today, and interviews with key European blockchain policy makers.

A compendium of all the Observatory has learned on this first stage of its journey, we hope it will prove a profitable read and source of knowledge to anyone interested in this fascinating subject. You can download the publication here:

June Newsletter of the European Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum

A message from the new Observatory team

INTRASOFT International has been awarded the European Blockchain Observatory and Forum project by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Informatics (DIGIT). Building on the work done since it was launched, and taking stock of its achievements, INTRASOFT has won a clear mandate to continue the mission of the Observatory as well as further expand and strengthen its activities in the world of blockchain. INTRASOFT is leading a consortium of technology leaders aiming to engage the European blockchain community, providing educational and dissemination opportunities among stakeholders, and further participating in the cutting-edge developments in this area. This is a multifaceted project with a diverse array of activities and scope, varying from web development to stakeholder engagement and digital communications, training, and consulting.

Thank you!

As always, we would like to thank everyone who has been active in contributing to the Observatory. None of this would be possible without the participation of all of you in our community.

With best regards,
The EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum

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